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Non-standard Extensions of HTML and XHTML

It doesn’t take an advanced degree in The Obvious to know that distinction draws attention; so, too, with browsers. Extra whiz-bang features can give the edge in the otherwise standardized browser market. That can be a nightmare for authors. A lot of people want you to use the latest and greatest gimmick or even useful HTML/XHTML extension. But it’s not part of the standard, and not all browsers support it. In fact, on occasion, the popular browsers support different ways of doing the same thing.

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